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How to execute command line and scheduled

When you save session

Convert MySQL to Oracle - save session

Click "Save & Make Batch File"

Convert MySQL to Oracle - make batch file

Click "OK", you'll get batch file created, and you can run it in command line, like this:

Convert MySQL to Oracle - command line

Or click "Create & Schedule Task", you can run this batch file at a specific time and/or at a certain time every day. See this for detail: Schedule Task.

The MysqlToOracle parameter descriptions are as follows:

	mysql_username: Your Mysql system username.

	mysql_password: Your Mysql system password.

	mysql_server: Your Mysql hostname or ip address.

	mysql_database: Your Mysql database name, such as "test".

	mysql_port: default is 3306.

	mysql_unicode: If you want to import unicode data, set "mysql_unicode=true",  default is false.

	oracle_username: Your Oracle username.

	oracle_password: Your Oracle password.

	oracle_database: Your Oracle database name (SID). To use tcp-ip connection, you need set "database" to "server:port:sid", like this "database=localhost:1521:xe".

	oracle_mode: normal, sysdba, sysoper.

	oracle_unicode: If you want to import unicode data, set "oracle_unicode=ture",  default is false.

	session: The session file name.
	source_sql: Sql file to execute in source database.

	dest_sql: Sql file to execute in target database.

	logfile: The log file name.